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It Annoys Me to Receive Emails From a Naughty Sender

People rarely give out their emails to someone who offers information that is hard to find. But when they trust the person and balance what they can get from him/her, they will input their personal info immediately.

That's what happened to me when someone I trust and look up to suggested a person who he thinks can help us earn and make more money online. I did some browsing into this someone's site and in an instant, he got my trust because of his Taglish approach and the way he influenced his readers.

At first I was impressed by his tactic and strategy because whenever he sent me an email, it is super long with nice story. But as time went by, he kept sending emails which contain his products and services he promoted. He does hard selling and take note, his products are not affordable but very expensive. There's nothing wrong in selling over the internet but if you received an email every day with annoying content (salecy approach), I'm sure you will get sick and allergy of him.

I know some people were okay'd to that and easily carried by his offer but for me, that way of selling annoys me.

John Chow and Pat Flynn are two of the bloggers and internet marketers I recommend because they do not spam their email subscribers. They provide useful content and value their readers. John sometimes promotes an affiliate product through soft selling and I like that kind of approach while Pat, never sent me any email with selling something in mind. All he does is providing great information.

I do not want to reveal that person's name because who knows, I might get great information from him. Perhaps, he has reasons in doing his way. Let's see and if nothing's changed, I would not hesitate to unsubscribe from his mailing list.

I was relieved when this person stopped sending me emails for a month. Maybe because I was not responding to his offers. But yesterday, I received an email from him. And guess what its content? The same old story.

Because of this experience, I promise to myself that when I start an email list, I will treat my subscribers with respect and send only useful information.

If you have an idea who this guy I'm talking about is, I ask you not to say his name here.

Thank you for reading.


  1. Replies
    1. I do not have any updates about him and still, I dislike the way he does his selling. I think he is good and his primary objective is to help more people but I will say it again that by the time I begin my mailing list, I will never spam my subscribers.


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